Feeling carnivorous? There’s no better place to satisfy that hunger but at Mundo Churrasco in Bardon.
Opened in 2010, this restaurant and bar provides Brazilian barbecue that utilises the Churrasco tradition that dates back over 300 years. The restaurant is also one of Brisbane’s largest employers of Brazilian nationals. There are 14 types of meats available for you to try here and you don’t have to go to Brazil for the experience.
Each type of meat is brought to your table on a large skewer, which will be cut by an experienced and knowledgeable waiter who will explain to you everything you need to know for that full dining experience.
One of the best things about the place is that you get to see how the meats are grilled, thanks to its open kitchen enclosed in glass.
Some of the meats being offered is the Coxinha de asa de fringe, which is a platter of chicken drumsticks marinated with sesame oil, soy sauce, cumin, honey, ginger and garlic. There is also the Barriga De Proco, which is pork belly with pawpaw sauce.
Don’t miss out on the Acem, a Wagyu Bollar Blade coated with red capsicum jam.
To complement the meat dishes, there are side dishes such as cheese bread, Brazilian potato salad, tomato and onion salsa and many more.
One of the best ways to fully get the best out of the meats is if you pair with wine. The restaurant has an extensive wine list that you can choose from.
After a sumptuous meal, you might be craving for something sweet. Try their Churros sprinkled with cinnamon sugar served with spiced dark chocolate or caramel dip.